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Cleveland reported activity




Event Name : Cleveland 1989/10

Start:October 22, 1989 Observed
Stop:October 28, 1989 Observed

"Fire", "Glowing", or incandescence: BibCard
Eruption Type:Other
MaxVEI: 0 BibCard
Duration: About a week BibCard

Description: From Reeder (1992): "During the week of October 22-28, 1989, the crew of the Crystal Sea, who have been pumping fuel from the beached Polar Command, observed a glow at night that was coming from the top of Mount Cleveland. The Polar Command was beached about 12 km ESE of Mount Cleveland volcano on the south side of Chuginadak Island near Black Peak."

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